KIOS: Eating, A Confession

This post is part of my series, “Kickin’ It Old Skool: Why and How We Are Old-Fashioned” or KIOS for short.  If you’re new to the series, please read my disclaimer before continuing on.  I’m keeping a table of contents to this series here so you can see what I’ve already written about and what more there is to come.

I haven’t had time to type a real KIOS blog post this week.  Birthday preparations and potty training have been eating up all my time.  So in lieu of a real post, here’s a confession for you:

Two nights ago, I was so hungry by 8:00.  Clearly, our delicious dinner had not convinced my pregnant body that I had had enough calories for the day.  Nik had to go out to pick up our weekly delivery of milk (responsible, sustainable milk) and offered to get me something, whatever I wanted, told me that I could call it a pregnancy craving.

So what did I chose?

Chick-fil-A chicken nuggets and fries.  It’s right on the way back from picking up the milk!  I ate Chick-fil-A once when I was pregnant with Ellie so I figured I’d better expose this baby to a little fast food in the womb too.  It’s only fair.

And yes, they were delicious but I was still hungry after that too.  So I just went to bed.  Sometimes, my stomach cannot be appeased except by sleep.  When I woke up this morning, I felt fine.

So – there you have it.  Just wanted to keep it real here while I’m writing about all the real food we eat!  We probably won’t eat Chick-fil-A again for a long time but it did taste good!  (Although, to be honest, not that good – it didn’t satisfy whatever craving/hunger that my body was asking for.  So clearly I chose the wrong food.  Oh well.  Life does go on.)

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